Friday, July 8, 2011

Pioneer enters in the PC speakers market

Pioneer has decided to enter the PC audio market by launching two new models of speakers, the S-and S-MM301 MM751RU. The first is a USB stereo system designed for laptop computers, and therefore easily transportable. They have a front metal grille that hides two triple-coil driver and includes audio controls for volume and muting.

The kit is rather MM751RU 2.1 D-oriented and desktop systems using proprietary technology "Maxx Bass Dynamic Sound" that improves low frequency response thanks to a DSP. The system as a whole offers an output power of 40W, 20W for the subwoofer and 10W for each satellite. The system also has a complete set of controls that go beyond the big pot for the volume control keys and include play / pause, forward / rewind.

Pioneer has also built a connector for line-in, a USB port and an SD memory card reader for playback of MP3 and WMA songs. The kit costs $ 49 MM301-S and the S-MM751RU reaches $ 129. Both are already available in the U.S. but should soon arrive in all other markets.

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